ȁbagār (ȁbgār, ȁvgār) m
1. pov. umj. najstariji prikaz Kristova lika
2. pravosl. (kod Srba, Bugara) sveta sličica, znak i molitva koja služi kao amajlija
prema kralju Abagaru kome je Krist navodno poslao svoj lik otisnut na tkanini

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